Updates

Be the Peace Institute presents “The Power of Our Voices”

Be The Peace Institute, in partnership with Second Story Women's Centre, the NS Barristers' Society and the Bridgewater Police Service, are presenting a one-day workshop"The Power of Our Voices - Survivors and Justice Professionals Together".  Wednesday June 1, 8:30am-4:00pm, Best Western, Bridgewater. The Power of Our...

NSCJA Learning Event held on May 6

The learning event explored a number of critical issues regarding Pathways to Criminalization for Women: Why are poverty, mental health, addictions, violence and abuse pathways to criminalization? How can the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission be a catalyst to address the concerns of...

2016 Student Award Presented

This year's award was presented on May 6 to Emma MacIntosh, a Saint Mary's University student in her final year of a BA program in Criminology and Sociology.  Through her academic and volunteer work in the community, she has demonstrated her dedication to social justice...

International Restorative Conference comes to Halifax

Registration subsidies available for NSCJA members! In 2016, the NSCJA is partnering with the International Restorative Conference scheduled for June 27 & 28, 2016 in Halifax, NS.  This international learning event is designed to provide participants with theoretical knowledge and practical tools that NSCJA members can...

NSCJA Student Award 2016

Eligibility: This award is open to post secondary students who are enrolled in a social sciences program with a focus on social justice (such as law, criminal justice, social work, sociology, or forensic psychology). Student must be in good standing and enrolled in a school...

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